Category: Tai Chi

  • The Slow Movement

    The Slow Movement

    Yes, believe it or not, slowness is a movement, in fact, it’s an institution. The Philosophy of Slow Movement in Taoism At the heart of Taoist practice lies the principle of wu wei, or non-action, which is not about inaction but about taking action that is in harmony with the natural flow of the universe.…

  • Chinese New Year of the Dragon weekend course

    Chinese New Year of the Dragon weekend course

    Join us at Caludon Castle Sports Centre, Axholme Road, Wyken, Coventry, West Midlands, CV2 5BD for a Tai Chi course on Chinese New Year to welcome the Year of the Dragon Tai Chi – Saturday February 10th 2024 Tai Chi Weapons – Sunday February 11th 2024, 10 a.m to 4 p.m Beginners welcome – Experience Tai…

  • #Camden

    #Camden

    Looking forward to my next introduction to Lee style Tai Chi session with @bcsbritishchinesesociety on Saturday 28 October, 12:30pm at Kings Cross Brunswick Neighbourhood Association. Sign up to attend at https://www.meetup.com/the-bcs/events/296447926 Here’s some photos from last month’s session. Thank you for your enthusiasm and making some long journeys’ into London especially to attend

  • Leamington weekend course

    Leamington weekend course

    The Leamington Spa club is one of our longest-running clubs and was inaugurated by Chee Soo in 1980. We will be hosting a weekend of T’ai Chi and Tai Chi weapons on the 2nd and 3rd December 2023. Tai Chi will be on Saturday 2nd December 11.30 am to 4pm Tai Chi weapons will be…

  • Daily Tai Chi

    Daily Tai Chi

    Have a go at our daily training Youtube Playlists. We have Beginners level I and II video playlists and a variety of options for you to choose from. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get notified of the latest uploads Awakening your Qi Just as the Lotus flower opens with the rising of the sun…

  • Tai Chi and pain relief

    Tai Chi and pain relief

    Before we explore how Tai Chi can ease pain, let’s first understand what Tai Chi is. Tai Chi, also known as Tai Chi Chuan or Taijiquan, is a Chinese practice that combines slow, graceful movements, deep breathing, and meditation. It’s been around for over 2,000 years and aims to improve both physical and mental well-being.…

  • What is Yin?

    What is Yin?

    What is the essence of Yin? In the vast tapestry of Chinese philosophy and medicine, few concepts are as integral and profound as yin. Rooted deeply in the country’s ancient cultural and spiritual traditions, yin offers an enlightening perspective on balance, harmony, and health. When one delves into Tai Chi, the art of graceful movement…

  • What is the Tao?

    What is the Tao?

    What is the Tao? A Deep Dive into Yin, Yang, and Tai Chi Introduction to Tao Tao, a word often spoken but perhaps less understood, stands as a pillar of Chinese philosophy and spirituality. Have you ever wondered about those moments when everything seems to click into place? When there’s an inexplicable harmony in the…

  • Summer Course 2024 in Cornwall

    Summer Course 2024 in Cornwall

    St John’s-in-the-Fields church, St Ives TR26 2FB Tai Chi week Monday 29th – Friday 2nd August 2024 Feng Shou Kung Fu week Monday 5th August to Friday 9th August 2024 Anmo Health and Massage week Monday 12th to Friday 16th August 2024

  • Emotions and Health

    Emotions and Health

    The connection between chronic emotional stress and negative physical ailments like heart disease and diabetes is commonly accepted and it is encouraging to see how more employers are providing Occupational Health services to their employees. However Western medicine, while acknowledging the effect of emotions on physical health, often treats these aspects separately and in a…

  • Relieving anxiety

    Relieving anxiety

      In Western medicine, anxiety is understood as a mental health disorder characterized by a consistent state of apprehension, persistent fear, or excessive worry about everyday situations. This condition can manifest through various symptoms including racing heart, rapid breathing, sweating, brain fog, lack of focus, indecision and chronic fatigue, significantly affecting an individual’s quality of…

  • Finding Balance in a Fast-Paced World

    Finding Balance in a Fast-Paced World

    Tai Chi, a graceful and fluid practice originating from ancient China, has captivated people across the world for centuries. Often described as “meditation in motion,” Tai Chi is a low-impact exercise that combines slow, deliberate movements with deep, mindful breathing. This unique combination helps to harmonize the body, mind, and spirit, promoting overall well-being and…